- Paperback: 306 pages
- Publisher: Packt Publishing Limited (31 December 2015)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1785286218
- ISBN-13: 978-1785286216
- Product Dimensions: 19 x 1.8 x 23.5 cm
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Learning Linux Shell Scripting Paperback – Import, 31 Dec 2015
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Ganesh Sanjiv Naik is an author, consultant, and corporate trainer for embedded Android, embedded Linux, and Internet of Things related product development. He completed his computer engineering in 1988. Since then, he has worked in this industry. He has worked on projects including micro-controller based projects to advanced Embedded Android projects. He has more than 20 years of professional experience and project accomplishment in information technology. Ganesh has a passion and deep desire for teaching. He has trained 1,000 engineers in Linux and Android product development. He has developed a lot of training material as well as curriculum for various universities and training institutes. He has an interest in spiritual study and practices such as meditation. He is a certified yoga teacher. His hobbies include yoga and martial arts. He has worked as a corporate trainer for Indian Space Research Organization, Intel, GE, Samsung, Motorola, Penang Skill Development Center (Malaysia), various companies in Singapore as well as various other corporates in India and other countries. He has started a company called Levana Technologies, which works with the Penang Skill Development Center (Malaysia) for consulting and training activities. If you would like to send feedback, suggestions, or corrections in the book, he can be contacted at https://in.linkedin.com/in/naikganesh. This book is his real-life experience.... He has worked as a consultant and corporate trainer in the following skills: * Internet of Things * Embedded Android, Android internals, and device driver development * USB and PCI device driver development in Linux * Embedded Linux and device driver development * Unix Shell scripting with sed and awk * Embedded C++ and C programming * Operating systems, software engineering, and networking * Problem solving-analysis, reasoning, and solution techniques for software engineers
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You start learning some common Unix commands (included some Unix/Linux concepts), the job control, the text filtering features.
With all this basis you start build some scripts using variables, flows, conditions.
Several tricks are included and also several examples.Finally it's included also a part to build text based window interface with dialog.
Considering that shell scripting is still used (also if languages like Perl, Ptyton, Ruby can totally replace them), this book is really useful for Linux/Unix system administrator and people that need to learn on how programming with shell script language.
I'd highly recommend this ebook for either a complete beginner in shell scripting or someone who has experience in the field but is looking to refresh their memory, perhaps after not touching the shell after a long time.
Of course it is more for people likes terminal.
A very good book to grow up your knowledge of this intimacy with the essential tools of shell.